Affective Artefacts Event Announcement: ‘Indigeneity, Material Cultures, Affectivity’

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The first event of the Affective Artefact Seminar Series 2022 will bring Critical Indigenous Studies, Indigenous perspectives, and curators’ approaches into a conversation with material culture studies to problematise the affectivity and emotional significance of artefacts.

‘Indigeneity, Material Cultures, Affectivity’

  • Alexandra Alberda (Manchester Museum)
  • Robert Preucel (Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University)
  • Rachel Winchcombe (The University of Manchester)
  • with Beatriz Marín-Aguilera (University of Cambridge)

15 February 2022, 4–6pm

Samuel Alexander Building, A101


This public events is free to attend, but registration is required.

Register here for this public event:

If you are interested in attending a follow-up workshop, please contact Dr Stefan Hanß and Prof Sasha Handley.


This event is organised by Dr Stefan Hanß and Prof Sasha Handley on behalf of The Bodies, Emotions and Material Culture Collective, Manchester. Affective Artefacts is generously funded by The John Rylands Research Institute and Library, Manchester.


‘Trade and Exchange in Newfoundland’, in Theodore de Bry, Decima Tertia pars Historiae Americanae (Frankfurt: Theodore de Bry / Matthäus Merian, 1634).